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Yamaha Clavinova CVP-505
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Digital Piano from Yamaha belonging to the Clavinova CVP / CGP series.

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  • Such a great instrument

    Yamaha Clavinova CVP-505Published on 09/06/21 at 07:16
    This instrument has a lot of realistic sounding instruments.
    Meanwhile, this type of piano is 10 years old, but that doesn't matter.
    All of its features comply with current standards.
    When it was new, the instrument was too expensive for most. But meanwhile it is affordable.

    The new CVP's from Yamaha are off course more advanced, but the price difference is too high, the new line will not offer you that many new features.

    When playing the CVP 505 using a headset, is sounds devine. All of the instruments without hiss or noise.
    You can record a lot of tracks over and over and export the result to a .wav file.
    This .wav file sounds perfect, with no hiss or noise whatsoever.

    After my......
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    This instrument has a lot of realistic sounding instruments.
    Meanwhile, this type of piano is 10 years old, but that doesn't matter.
    All of its features comply with current standards.
    When it was new, the instrument was too expensive for most. But meanwhile it is affordable.

    The new CVP's from Yamaha are off course more advanced, but the price difference is too high, the new line will not offer you that many new features.

    When playing the CVP 505 using a headset, is sounds devine. All of the instruments without hiss or noise.
    You can record a lot of tracks over and over and export the result to a .wav file.
    This .wav file sounds perfect, with no hiss or noise whatsoever.

    After my first CVP (55) I doubted whether I would ever need a new piano. But after 29 years of faultless duty, I sold it (with pain in my heart) and purchased the CVP 505.

    I'm enjoying it every day. The piano sound is perfect, and the built in accompaniments make it even more fun to play. You can download tons of Midi files from the Internet, write 'm to USB and let your CVP play them (and you can play along). The sky is really the limit.
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